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unhealthy about your interaction with the murdoch's. and do you think that they are fit and proper people to run bskyb. >> it is not my decision about which are open and which are closed. some mornings i would like to close all of them. i think the problem here is that it is not the paper. it is the practices. what needs to change is not the name of the newspaper, what needs to change as the practices the golan and make sure that -- the practices that go on and make sure that they are illegal and properly -- legal and propylene -- properly accounted for and properly managed. it is not fair for me to say what remain open and remained closed, but i set up the processes and inquiries to make sure that we don't have these things never happen again. on hindsight and the relationship with murdoch and the rest of it, you are bound to, as a party leader, wanting to have a relationship with journalists and you do that because if you have a mission to try to explain how you want to change and improve our country. that means talking to the head of the guardian, you get out there and do it. that is w
business. whether it is fox news or murdoch or wherever. that is where he thinks he's a support should go, not for the american people. host: you are a republican? caller: i became a republican at oxford university. having seen what i have seen in the past few months in particular, there is no way that republicans will get my vote in the near future. guest: it sounds like you have some interesting things to say. what you said about the consumer reau consolidang into one place, that is 80% true. it consolidates them into one bureau. there is additnal authority that it will have, and that is to supervise and regulate what are called non-bank financial firms. those are financial firms that do not take deposits. payday lenders, mortgage originators, that kind of thing. the principal was very simple. in the run-up to the fancial crisis we had essentially what became known as the shadow banking industry. this was the mortgage factories that existed outside the deposit banks that turned up some bad mortgages and led to the crisis. what you said is 80% true, but it was important to add a little b
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